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What's the difference between Coloring Conditioner and Daily Conditioner, and how do I use them?

The biggest difference between our Coloring Conditioner and Daily Conditioner are the pigment levels! Our Coloring Conditioner contain about 50% more pigment than their Daily Conditioner counterparts.

Coloring Conditioner

Our one-and-done solution for achieving and maintaining a head-turning hair color!

The best way to add color to your strands is with our Coloring Conditioner on dry hair, as their formulas have up to 50% more pigment than our Daily Conditioners and will help you get the color you want! Simply apply it as you would a traditional dye by sectioning and fully saturating your hair. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes (or longer for even more color payout!) and then rinse with warm water to reveal shiny, healthy color!

Use it to achieve your ideal hue and re-apply anytime your hair needs a major pick-me-up in the color and moisture department.

Daily Conditioner

Our solution to maintaining your hair color!

Our Daily Conditioners are meant to proactively fight color fade by replacing pigment lost during cleansing or shampooing, ensuring your hair color always looks its best. You can use them whenever you would normally conditioner your hair in the shower, to deposit just the right amount of color while moisturizing your hair and keeping it healthy. Some colors might stain your hands a little, so be sure to look for our "wear gloves" warning in the product description!

You can also use our Daily Conditioner to create super subtle hues on light to platinum blonde strands. They're also a great alternative to our Toning Conditioners if you have darker strands that require a stronger punch of pigment.


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